2020–21 Editorial Board
Chace Pulley ’21, Editor-in-Chief
Chace is a Political Science major with a Peace, Justice, and Human Rights concentration from the Bay Area. Outside of the Clerk, you can find her planning events for Fords Against Boredom, playing on Haverford’s club tennis team, and practicing (and teaching) Ashtanga yoga. When she has spare time, she enjoys reading cheesy romance novels, hiking, and exploring Philly. You can contact her at email@example.com.
David Edelman ’22, Associate Editor
David is a Political Science major and French minor from Portland, Oregon. Outside the Clerk, he enjoys birdwatching and planning trips into Philadelphia with the Ford Explorers. He’s always down to chat about politics, urbanism, or pretty much anything else. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maxwell Mondress ’23, Senior News Editor
Maxwell is a prospective Economics major from Olympia, Washington. Outside of the Clerk, he is a Customs Person and a member of the James House board. In his free time, you can find him writing and going for walks with his friends. You can contact him at email@example.com.
Eve Blondeau-Elman ’21, Senior Features Editor
Eve is a Political Science major and Global Asia minor from Hong Kong. Outside of the Clerk, she enjoys playing her acoustic guitar, baking, and is always on the hunt for new music. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asher Maitin ’21, Associate Features Editor
Asher is a senior Chemistry major with a concentration in Biochemistry from South Jersey. Outside of the Clerk, he is on the Pre-Medical Society Board and loves sports, exercise, photography and more. You can often find him in a research lab or playing frisbee out on Leeds Lawn.
Soha Saghir ’21, Opinions Editor
Soha (she/hers) is a rising senior from Karachi, Pakistan majoring in Political Science and minoring/concentrating in Economics and Peace, Justice, and Human Rights respectively. Her love for writing and transparent reporting is bringing her to the Opinions Editor position on the Clerk team, and she hopes to bring effective and crisp reporting to the community next year. Other than this, you may see her involved with Customs, Honor Council, the Admissions Office, the CPGC, and the Libraries over the course of the year. Feel free to say hi whenever – she loves making new friends and building community!
Katie Hughes ’22, Opinions Editor
I’m Katie (she/hers) in the class of 2022! I come to Haverford from distant Paoli, Pennsylvania and am studying Political Science and Education. Outside of the Clerk, I can be found baking, reading or scouring the Main Line for the best cold brew coffee!
Arshiya Bhayana ’22, Senior Media Editor
Arshiya is a Political Science and Psychology major and a Peace, Justice, and Human Rights concentrator from New Delhi, India. Outside of the Clerk, she works with the Communications Office as a Student Photographer, and is part of the CPGC as a Student Associate. She loves dogs, coffee, good food, and exploring new places! You can contact her at email@example.com.
Maxwell Cox ’23, Associate Media Editor
Max (he/him/his) is a prospective Political Science major and Global Asia minor from Wyoming, Delaware. Outside of the Clerk, he is a Customs Person (CP) and is involved in technical production for the Spotlight Theatre Company. In his free time, he enjoys creating conceptual photographs, catching up on current events, and discovering new music. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elle Ferreira ’22, Senior Outreach Editor
Elle (she/her/hers) is a Political Science major and Linguistics minor from Tacoma, Washington. Outside of the Clerk, she enjoys reading and outdoor activities. She is also a member of the Haverford women’s soccer team.
Lyvia Yan ’23, Associate Outreach Editor
Lyvia hails from Berwyn, Pennsylvania (around 20 minutes from Haverford). She is a prospective Mathematics and Economics major at Haverford with a minor in Spanish at Bryn Mawr College. On campus she can be seen on the squash courts, sketching on Founders Green, and of course with her fellow newspaper folk publishing quality content!